CasaPound Italy (Italian: CasaPound Italia, CPI) is a political party in Italy born as political movement arising from the squatting of a state-owned building in the neighbourhood of Esquilino in Rome on 26 December 2003. In 2010, 23 families and a total of 82 people lived in CasaPound. Subsequently, the phenomenon is spreading with other squatting, demonstrations and various initiatives, becoming a political movement. In June 2008 CasaPound therefore constituted an “association of social promotion” and assumed the current name CasaPound Italy – CPI. Source
New York Times:
When a candidate for a neo-fascist party, CasaPound, won a seat this month on the municipal council of the Roman suburb of Ostia, many Italians were startled.
But they really took notice days later when a television reporter arrived to interview a CasaPound supporter — a supporter who happened to belong to one of the area’s most feared crime families — and received a vicious, nationally broadcast head butt that broke his nose.
Last week, Italian journalists trekked to Ostia to solemnly protest at the scene of the assault. Around the corner, residents were still celebrating, shrugging off the party’s claims to be the direct descendant of Benito Mussolini’s Fascist Party.
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Italy immigration infowar
Ostia, Lazio, Italy
Italy (IT) is estimated to have a population of 60.7 million with a growth rate during 2010-2015 of 0.1% pa.
At the same rate of change, in five years' time its population will increase by 0.3 million.